Picturesque ViewThis elegant master bathroom, located on Belvedere Island, has an unsurpassed view of San Francisco Bay. A collaboration between architects Johanna Forman and Jerry Veverka, the room blends big-time scenery with magnificent modern aesthetics.
The architects wanted the room to be spacious and sculptural, but they also wanted to emphasize the panoramic view. The long his-and-her vanity running the length of room does a perfect job of leading the eye toward the window and the view beyond. The lovely window seat is a great place to relax and take in the spectacular view of the bay.
VanityThe arctic, blue-black countertop on the vanity perfectly complements with the room's natural light. Dazzling chrome fixtures and vessel sinks crank up the chic factor. The rich, warm cabinetry was crafted from makore wood, an exotic hardwood grown in Africa.
Walk-In ShowerThe walk-in shower also has breathtaking views of the bay. The wall separating the shower from the rest of the bath is made from pitted, sandblasted glass. It is translucent, but still allows ample privacy.
Window ShadesAlthough the bathroom has an awesome view of the bay, it does look right at the neighbor's deck. But privacy is not an issue. With a simple flick of a switch, a privacy screen appears instantly over the windows without the fuss of messy blinds or treatments.